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WATCH: Sex therapy is perfectly normal and here’s why you should consider it

WATCH: Sex therapy is perfectly normal and here's why you should consider it
Jul 31 2022 Share

During Malta Daily’s most recent episode of GROUNDED with Sarah and Amy, clinical sex and relation therapist Matthew Bartolo discussed the importance of sex therapy and why everyone should consider seeking it.

 

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Bartolo highlighted that sex therapy allows the individual to develop a better understand of oneself from a sexual standpoint. The therapist broke down how such therapy gives you an insight into you own body and shines a light on topics and issues of one’s identity that we are not normally accustomed to.

He went on to state that sexual health and education are somewhat sidelined when compared to other academic subjects and sports. During the conversation Bartolo, together with Sarah and Amy, discussed how even people who are single can be eligible for sex therapy.

Watch the FULL EPISODE below:

Have you ever been to sex therapy?

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Ella Eyre won’t consider representing Malta at the Eurovision BUT HERE’S WHY

Ella Eyre won't consider representing Malta at the Eurovision BUT HERE'S WHY
Jul 31 2022 Share

While she was in Malta, we couldn’t help but ask British pop star Ella Eyre whether she would consider representing the island at the Eurovision… and you wouldn’t believe what she said.

Being of Maltese descent herself, Ella Eyre may be the secret weapon Malta oh so truly needs to potentially bag a Eurovision success, but in an exclusive interview with Malta Daily, the British hit-maker said that she wouldn’t do it because it would ruin Eurovision for her.

Being a fan herself, Ella told Sarah and Amy that she would always gather with the family to watch the popular European song contest and, if she had to participate and not perform too well, it would change the way she would look at the competition forever.

“I must be Maltese because I love it too,” Ella told Sarah and Amy. “The reason I say no is if I ever go on it and lose, I’ll never be able to watch it again. It’ll ruin it for me, the favourite time of the year will be over.”

…but don’t take our word for it, watch the FULL CLIP BELOW.

 

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What do you think of Ella Eyre waving the Maltese flag at the Eurovision Song Contest?

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WATCH: Here’s to the people who work tirelessly all year to keep Malta’s traditions alive

Jul 31 2022 Share

With festa season in full blast, many are flocking to the village cores of Malta and Gozo to celebrate that which makes up a significant part of the islands’ heritage.

While the attendance of village feasts are in the thousands year after year, few celebrate the people who work tirelessly all year round behind the scenes to keep Malta’s traditions alive; so here’s to them.

The clip shared shows a group of festa enthusiasts euphorically celebrate their work a bask in all its glory. Shared by Tiktok account @maltesepyro, the spectacular structure shown in the clip was built by Zejtun’s Beland Band Club.

Have you been to a festa yet?

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Pope Francis to resign if health issues persist as Gozo cardinal remains potential successor

Pope Francis to resign if health issues persist as Gozo cardinal remains potential successor
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Pope Francis has stated that he does not exclude stepping down if his current health issues persist.

Towards the end of a papal trip to Canada, where he apologised to local indigenous community for abuses in Canadian church-run schools, the 85-year-old told reporters that he doesn’t believe that he can operate at the same pace as he used to before.

Considering both his age and limitations due to his knee injury, Pope Francis admitted that he must save himself a little to continue serving the Church, or else contemplate stepping aside.

He said that the door is open to such an option but he has yet to knock on that door. This would mean that Francis’ last visit to Malta may have been his last as Pope.

Meanwhile, Gozitan cardinal Mario Grech remains one of the potential successors of Pope Francis at the next conclave. Grech was called ‘interesting’ for having a conservative reputation but adopting a pro-Francis approach.

Could a Maltese cardinal actually become the next Pope?

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